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    What Spider is this?

    I need help figuring out what spider this is. It is very important

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    It's easier to identify wild spiders if you give a location....at the very least the state
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    Re: What Spider is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skittles1101 View Post
    It's easier to identify wild spiders if you give a location....at the very least the state
    I went on vacation to Green Bay Wisconsin and it may have hitched a ride in my coat and I live in PA which is where I found it.

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    This pictures aren't super clear, but my educated guess based on the general anatomy, color/pattern, and where you live its a Furrow orb-weaver. They're harmless.
    https://spiderid.com/spider/araneida...ides/cornutus/
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    Re: What Spider is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skittles1101 View Post
    This pictures aren't super clear, but my educated guess based on the general anatomy, color/pattern, and where you live its a Furrow orb-weaver. They're harmless.
    https://spiderid.com/spider/araneida...ides/cornutus/
    So you believe it came from PA right?

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    Yes. There are orb-weavers all over the country but that one is native to PA, and probably several other states.
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